Category: Race series
IRL: Dixon extends championship lead with win
For the second outing in a row, a late Marco Andretti crash meant that the race finished under caution and Scott Dixon was denied a duel to the finish line with a Team Penske driver.Tagged as: Bombardier Learjet 550, Scott Dixon, Texas Motor Speedway, videos
F1: Hamilton stands firm as track crumbles
Lewis Hamilton made short work of a treacherous, crumbling track to seize a dominant pole position for the Canadian Grand Prix at the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve.
F1: strong rumours of split from FIA and manufacturer pullout
Rumours of seismic splits within motorsport have gathered pace today. They include the possibility of a manufacturers’ pull-out and a breakaway F1 series – provisionally entitled ‘GP1’, a trademark owned by none other than Bernie Ecclestone.Tagged as: Bernie Ecclestone, Canadian Grand Prix, FIA, Formula One, GP1, Max Mosley
IRL: Dixon takes pole in Texas
Qualifying at the Texas Motor Speedway mirrored the big picture of the season so far: Scott Dixon came out on top, and only Helio Castroneves was close to challenging him.
F3: The Mirror bigs up Oliver Turvey
“Is Oliver Turvey the next Lewis Hamilton,” asks The Mirror, in a bid to promote its newly-announced sponsorship of F3. And also possibly to compensate for the fact that rival The Sun has recently been making such a fuss about Mike Conway.Categorised under: A1GP, Archive, British F3Tagged as: British F3 International, Lewis Hamilton, Oliver Turvey
Bring Williams F1 engineering to your back garden…
There are marketing tie-ins that really boost your brand image, and then there are the others…Tagged as: Williams F1
IRL: Wheldon expects to qualify despite big crash (photos)
Dan Wheldon has been cleared as fit to run in qualifying for the Bombardier Learjet 550k despite a high-speed crash that left him briefly pinned in his overturned car.Tagged as: gallery
F1: Lewis on dad’s Porsche crash: “I just laughed”
Here’s more evidence of why you should never, never expect any sympathy whatsoever from your kids.Tagged as: Anthony Hamilton, Lewis Hamilton, Porsche marques, supercar crashes
F1: Hamilton looks forward to quick and dirty ride in Canada
Lewis Hamilton says he thinks McLaren will have a job to beat Ferrari on straight-line speed in Montreal – but says his MP4-23 will have an advantage over the kerbs, and that could be enough to win the race.